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Written by Barry Kowal   
Oct 19, 2018 at 05:26 PM
EDWARD FOOTE GARDNER TOP US SINGLES FOR 1917*

No. Song-Artist-Month  Peak
  1 OVER THERE-AMERICAN QUARTET-AUGUST 2002 
  2 FOR ME AND MY GAL-VAN & SCHENCK-May 1640 
  3 PACK UP YOUR TROUBLES IN YOUR OLD KIT BAG AND SMILE,SMILE,SMILE-REINALD WERRENRATH-June 1276 
  4 INDIANA-ORIGINAL DIXIELAND JAZZ BAND-June 1248 
  5 JOAN OF ARC,THEY ARE CALLING YOU--HENRY BURR-November 1242 
  6 GOOD-BYE BROADWAY,HELLO FRANCE-AMERICAN QUARTET-September 1190 
  7 KEEP THE HOME FIRES BURNING-JAMES F.HARRISON & JAMES REED-October 1186 
  8 ALL THE WORLD WILL BE JEALOUS OF ME-Charles Harrison-August 1172 
  9 M-I-S-S-I-S-S-I-P-P-I-Anna Wheaton-May 1124 
 10 LILY OF THE VALLEY-Arthur Collins & Byron Harlan-July 1120 
 11 Oh Johnny,Oh Johnny,Oh!-American Quartet-June 1088 
 12 I May Be Gone For A Long,Long Time-Peerless Quartet-December 1008 
 13 What Do You Want To Make Those Eyes At Me For?-Ada Jones & Billy Murray-March 988 
 14 Where Do We Go From Here?-Arthur Fields & Peerless Quartette-September 940 
 15 Where The Black-Eyed Susans Grow-Henry Burr & Albert Campbell-May 928 
 16 They Go Wild,Simply Wild,Over Me-Marion Harris-October 844 
 17 Poor Butterfly-Victor Military Band-February 842 
 18 Mammy's Little Coal Black Rose-Orpheus Quartet-January 842 
 19 Break The News To Mother-Shannon Four-November 832 
 20 If You Had All The World And Its Gold-Bartley Costello & Harry Edelheit-March 704 
 21 Allah's Holiday-Otto Hauerbach-June 676 
 22 She Is The Sunshine Of Virginia-Henry Burr & Albert Campbell-January 662 
 23 Some Sunday Morning-Ada Jones & M.J. O'Connell-December 606 
 24 I Ain't Got Nobody Much-Marion Harris-March 600 
 25 I Don't Know Where I'm Going But I'm On My Way-Peerless Quartet-December 590 
 26 For You A Rose-Prince's Orchestra-July 588 
 27 When Yankee Doodle Learns To Palez Vous Francais-Arthur Fields-November 568 
 28 Sailin' Away On The Henry Clay-American Quartet-October 560 
 29 They're Wearing 'Em Higher In Hawaii-Arthur Collins & Byron Harlan-February 530 
 30 My Hawaiian Sunshine-Henry Burr & Albert Campbell-February 528 
 31 Huckleberry Finn-Van & Schenck-August 528 
 32 Rolling Stones (All Come Rolling Home Again)-American Quartet-April 508 
 33 Come out of the kitchen,Mary Ann-Ada Jones-May 508 
 34 There's Egypt In Your Dreamy Eyes-George Wilson-April 476 
 35 Hawaiian Butterfly-Elizabeth Brice & Charles King-July 476 
 36 How's Every Little Thing In Dixie?-American Quartet-February 472 
 37 Wait Till The Clouds Roll By-Will Oakland-August 460 
 38 There's Someone More Lonesome Than You-James F.Harrison & James Reed-April 412 
 39 It Takes A Long,Tall,Brown-skin Gal-Arthur Collins-July 408 
 40 Send Me Away With A Smile-John McCormack-November 396 
 41 Throw Me A Rose-Herbert Reynolds-January 396 
 42 Naughty! Naughty! Naughty!-Grace Fisher-February 380 
 43 Out Of The Cradle,Into My Heart-Gilbert & Friedland-January 366 
 44 (Good-Bye,And Luck Be With You) Laddie Boy-Nora Bayes,Joseph Pasternach & His Orchestra-November 312 
 45 The Magic Of Your Eyes-Charles Harrison-July 272 
 46 She's Dixie All The Time-Alfred Bryan-April 264 
 47 I Know I Got More Than My Share-Grant Clarke & Howard Johnson-January 254 
 48 You Said Something-Wohlman-May 236 
 49 Where The Morning Glories Grow-Elizabeth Spencer & Sterling Trio-December 142 
 50 Sweet Emmaline,My Gal-Mike Markel's Orchestra-October 104 
 51 Missouri Waltz(Hush-A-Bye,Ma Baby)-Elsie Baker-April 92 
 52 Mother-Al Jolson-April 92 
 53 Shim-Me-Sha-Wabble-Spencer Williams-August 48 
 54 We're Going Over-Peerless Quartet-December 44 
 55 Livery Stable Blues-Original Dixieland Jazz Band-October 44 

*Edward Foote Gardner ia a mathematician who used data to
compile bi-monthly US single charts between 1899 and 1949.


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